Demo Florida Property & Casualty Course
(completely online including final exam)
Many people are interested in obtaining a General Lines Agent Insurance License but are working full time and cannot arrange their lives to sit in a classroom for 200 hours. This Course was designed with these busy, self-motivated individuals in mind.
The study process is simple. You should be able to complete the course in six months. If you enrolled through a Florida college, your college may have set a different requirement for finishing the course. At the end of each unit, you will be given a multiple-choice quiz. Our experience indicates you should strive for a 90% grade on each of the Unit quizzes. However, 70% or higher is the required passing grade for each of the Unit quizzes. The 90% grade average will help ensure that you pass the Final Exam at the end of the course. You can take the Unit quizzes as many times as you need to in order to achieve this score.
Should you ever have questions about the content of the course, you may email your instructor: Jan Bradburn at
In order to pass the State Exam, you must take the test seriously and you must study the entire Florida Manual. Once all the requirements of this course have been fulfilled, each student will receive their Certificate of Completion. You must complete your licensing application before you can sit for the State Exam.
How To Use This Course
This course is designed to assist each student in becoming thoroughly familiar with the information contained in the Florida General Lines Agent Study Manual so that they may be prepared for the Florida State Licensing Exam. This course is to be used in conjunction with the Florida Manual.
This course is divided into 17 units. Each of the course units corresponds to a chapter in the Florida Manual. At the beginning of each unit, the student is given the necessary pages to be read in the Florida Manual.
The course also contains additional information to help you understand the material in the Florida Manual.
Each online unit contains:
Unit overview: A brief statement about the unit's content and importance.
Questions: Key areas you need to understand from the reading assignment.
Quiz: An exam that assesses the student's grasp of the subject matter in the unit.
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